The exhibition, prepared by the Friends of the River Crane Environment, features photographs by local photographers of the river, the people who use the green spaces along it and the volunteer work that takes place. There are also old historical photos of the river, the industry and buildings along it. The exhibition can be seen at the following locations:

  • 11th July to 1st August: Shot Tower at Crane Park
  • 3rd August – 31st August: Twickenham Library. This will include a talk at the library by Rob Gray Chair of FORCE at 3pm on Saturday 7th August
  • 12th September: FORCE annual open day. Exhibition on Craneford west field
  • 13th September – 1st October Feltham Library
  • 3rd October to 10th October: Orleans Gallery exhibition. Combined with Environment Trust for Richmond’s exhibition on the working life of the Thames.

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In addition to the touring exhibition FORCE would like local people to share their photos and pictures, old or new, of the River Crane by uploading them to . They can also be sent by email to

The best photos will be included with the exhibition when it is shown at Orleans Galley. These photos can be seen at

Further details about FORCE can be found at Details about current plans for the work in Crane Park currently planned as part of the Mayor of London’s Priority Parks Programme can be found at or

— from Frances Bennett, FORCE